About this inquiry

An inquiry into the impacts of climate change on housing, buildings and infrastructure, now and into the future. The inquiry includes impacts on a range of matters including water supply, transportation, energy infrastructure, health, education and housing and the adequacy of current state and Commonwealth policies to address climate change impacts.


Past Public Hearings

22 Mar 2018: CANBERRA, ACT
15 Mar 2018: MELBOURNE, VIC
23 Nov 2017: SYDNEY, NSW

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Inquiry Status

Report tabled

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Additional Documents

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1 PDF: Professor Lesley Hughes - Bowman et al, 'Renewal ecology: conservation for the Anthropocene', 2017 Professor Lesley Hughes - Bowman et al, 'Renewal ecology: conservation for the Anthropocene', 2017
2 PDF: Australian Coastal Councils Association - Gurran et al, 'Planning for climate change: Leading Practice Principles and Models for Sea Change Communities in Coastal Australia', 2008 Australian Coastal Councils Association - Gurran et al, 'Planning for climate change: Leading Practice Principles and Models for Sea Change Communities in Coastal Australia', 2008
3 PDF: Australian Coastal Councils Association - Gurran et al, 'Planning for climate change adaptation in Coastal Australia: State of practice', 2011 Australian Coastal Councils Association - Gurran et al, 'Planning for climate change adaptation in Coastal Australia: State of practice', 2011
4 PDF: Centre for Sustainable Infrastructure, Swinburne University of Technology - Melbourne School of Design, 'Living Well: Apartments, Comfort and Resilience in Climate Change', March 2017 Centre for Sustainable Infrastructure, Swinburne University of Technology - Melbourne School of Design, 'Living Well: Apartments, Comfort and Resilience in Climate Change', March 2017
5 PDF: Centre for Sustainable Infrastructure, Swinburne University of Technology - Department of Human Services (Victoria), 'January 2009 Heatwave in Victoria: an Assessment of Health Impacts' 2009 Centre for Sustainable Infrastructure, Swinburne University of Technology - Department of Human Services (Victoria), 'January 2009 Heatwave in Victoria: an Assessment of Health Impacts' 2009

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